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If you watered your plants after transplanting them, but you decide to plant some seeds, can the seeds use the damp soil, after you've--

watered the first ones?, I transplanted five single pachira saplings, and gave them water, but I have decided to plant some tomato seeds ( after I gave the saplings water) since the soil was damp, will the tomato seeds use the water from the soil?

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Of Course --- Really What they need and like ------ Wet toilet paper is also great for starting seeds --

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Good idea. Paper towels work also.
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Yeah // Though with Both Ones Should Watch out for Chemicals in the paper
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Very true.
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Did you know there are some large kernel-like seeds that require you to score their surfaces with something sharp, like a razor blade before they can sprout?
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We / Me and my neighbor are still growing tomatoes // and starting more Healthy plants // to live for Years // Produce All Year // -
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Terrific! I live in a very small space, so I can't do that, but I would love to. I made room for two amaryllis plants this season. I'm going to see if I can get them to rebloom next year. I understand you can force them to bloom again before next year by allowing to rest in a cool, dark place and then bringing them out into the light. That would be fun.
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I do Most Outside -- Selective Spots and or moving them -
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What zone do you live in?
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Sorry to interrupt but if you want a yield of 200 tomatoes off 1 little plant I can tell you the secret.
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You should be fine.

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you will be fine

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Why not water again, just in case. It also helps set the seeds into the soil, though I assume you patted them gently with your hand. Sometimes, seeds need more moisture to soften their shells, I'd water them, be mindful of drainage.

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